Alexandra joined Annum as an architect in 2023, drawn to the firm’s commitment to carefully uniting the history of buildings with their present and future community significance. This interest was piqued years ago at Bowdoin College, where she had the opportunity to serve as a student representative on the Campus Design and Planning Committee during a time of significant campus renovation and construction. Her undergraduate degree in Visual Arts and Biology provided an interdisciplinary background for the pursuit of architecture and its many responsibilities, including the environment and public health.
While pursuing her Master of Architecture degree at The University of Texas at Austin, Alexandra had the opportunity to consider pressing issues of urban density as well as drought and water resilience. She was part of the school’s 2015 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon team and spent a semester in Munich, Germany collaborating with student teammates at the Technical University of Munich before assisting in the construction of the net zero energy and net zero water capable home.
Alexandra is a licensed architect in the state of Texas where she worked prior to moving to Massachusetts in 2020. In the past she’s valued being a part of crafting place and community identity through library, hospitality, and public artwork projects and values the trust placed in the architectural teams on which she’s worked by residential and multifamily clients seeking inspiring, healthy spaces to call home.
Outside of the office Alex loves gardening, playing guitar, and weekend trips to interesting towns throughout New England.